More LNG News

WoodMac: LNG suppliers should focus on Southeast Asia

Mar 4, 2013

Global LNG suppliers looking at Asia should focus more on combined Southeast Asian markets—Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore—as the LNG appetite of these markets increase. India, on the other hand, may disappoint.

US LNG conundrum solved

Mar 4, 2013

Listening only to the more vocal, sometimes hysterical opponents of US LNG exports might remind us of periods in US history when isolationists ruled political and economic thinking.

QGC connects two Curtis Island LNG plants to mainland

Mar 1, 2013

QGC Pty. Ltd. simultaneously laid two 1-m gas pipelines across Gladstone Harbor, using the same trench to connect the Queensland Curtis LNG project and Australia Pacific LNG project—both on Curtis Island—to the mainland.

ConocoPhillips planning to divest some LNG, oil sands assets

Feb 28, 2013

ConocoPhillips is planning to sell some of its interest in the Australia Pacific LNG project and in the Canadian oil sands in a strategy to devote more cash to US shale plays, ConocoPhilips Chief Executive Ryan Lance said during a Feb. 28 investor and analyst meeting.

Shell to buy certain LNG assets from Repsol for $4.4 billion

Feb 26, 2013

Royal Dutch Shell PLC agreed to acquire various LNG assets from Repsol SA, including supply positions in Peru and Trinidad and Tobago, for $4.4 billion.

LNG agreement boosts plant offshore Israel

Feb 26, 2013

Levant LNG and Gazprom Marketing & Trading Switzerland AG have signed a heads of agreement covering the sale of LNG from the floating liquefaction plant Levant hopes to install offshore Israel (OGJ Online, Nov. 29, 2012).

Industry urges DOE to approve LNG exports as comment period ends

Feb 25, 2013

US natural gas producers urged the US Department of Energy to quickly approve LNG export applications as DOE’s comment period on allowing US LNG exports closed.

Gazprom approves Vladivostok LNG investment

Feb 25, 2013

Gazprom’s management committee has approved investment in the Vladivostok LNG export project in Russia.

WoodMac: LNG suppliers should focus on Southeast Asia

Feb 20, 2013

Global LNG suppliers looking at Asia should focus more on combined Southeast Asian markets—Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore—as the LNG appetite of these markets increase. India, on the other hand, may disappoint.

ExxonMobil, Rosneft expand arctic net to Alaska, LNG

Feb 13, 2013

ExxonMobil Corp. and Rosneft of Russia have agreed to expand a 2011 strategic cooperation agreement to include far more Russian Arctic exploratory acreage, possible Rosneft participation in ExxonMobil’s Point Thomson gas-condensate field in Alaska, and a potential Russian Arctic LNG project.

Researchers closer to identifying LNG hazards, NARUC panel told

Feb 11, 2013

A 12-year partnership between the US Department of Energy and the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners is dispelling exaggerated preconceptions about LNG hazards as it identifies possible real problems state policymakers should address.

US DOE moves carefully on LNG export requests, NARUC meeting told

Feb 11, 2013

The US Department of Energy plans to move carefully as it considers applications to export LNG to countries that do not have free trade agreements (FTAs) with the US, Christopher A. Smith, deputy assistant US energy secretary for oil and gas in DOE's fossil energy office, said at a meeting of state utility regulators.

DOE approves FTA status for Pangea LNG

Feb 5, 2013

Pangea LNG (North America) Holdings LLC has received authorization form the US Department of Energy to export LNG to free-trade-agreement (FTA) nations from its planned South Texas LNG Project being developed on Corpus Christi Bay.

Canada approves LNG export license

Feb 5, 2013

Canada’s National Energy Board has approved an application to export LNG by LNG Canada Development Inc. from LNG Canada’s proposed plant near Kitimat, BC.

US DOE to move carefully on LNG export requests, NARUC meeting told

Feb 5, 2013

The US Department of Energy plans to move carefully as it considers applications to export LNG to countries that do not have free trade agreements (FTAs) with the US, Christopher A. Smith, deputy assistant US energy secretary for oil and gas in DOE’s fossil energy office, said at a meeting of state utility regulators.

Oil & Gas Conferences

  • List View
Event Title Date Type

Offshore Middle East Conference & Exhibition

January 26, 2015
Stay Connected